Welcome to January 2013's Gallery of Stegosaurs!
Stegosaurs existed on this planet from the Middle Jurassic to Early Cretaceous (176-100 mya), quadruped herbivores covered with plates, scutes and spikes. These weird and wonderful dinosaurs inspire the imaginations of the public and artists alike.
Enjoy this selection of stegosaurs art from these talented artists in ART Evolved's Stegosaur Gallery!
A Stegosaurus with a
bent thagomizer stands beside the sand at a Late Jurassic Morrison lake.
I did most of these in 2008-9. I was too lazy to draw up new Stegosaurs, but you never know.
My attempt at an All Yesterdays Stegosaur blooper (done way before the book came out!)
of a Late Jurassic stegosaurid from the Morrison Formation. Sketched in
pencil on paper, scanned, and touched up digitally. This is the first
time I've tried to reconstruct an extinct animal from memory without working
with a skeletal reference, so pardon the anatomical inaccuracy.
Stegi is one of the
Fimosaurs, she is made of fimo, a polymer clay that can be moulded like
plasticine and baked in the oven. She is sparkly with little seed beads
for eyes. She isn't an accurate model.
We hope you have enjoyed this artistic look at ART Evolved's January 2013 Stegosaur Gallery! If you are interested in submitting your artwork into any of the galleries, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ART Evolved wishes everyone a happy New Year and a wonderful 2013!